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One night in 2013, women sang in public in Iran for the first time in 34 years – will it prove the start of something?
An upcoming concert and recording will give us a chance to hear a rarely performed Classical Requiem
This is surely the most unusual commission of my life so far...
A Parisian mayor refuses permission for a commemorative plaque
'The recognition of women’s achievements on International Women’s Day is a wonderful cause for celebration and I hope that this spirit continues every day throughout the year'
'I know that all eyes and ears will be on me over the coming years so there is only one thing to do. Deliver'
'There is an absolutely firm consensus among musicians that we need a hall worthy of the great city that we live in'
A fascinating project to complete a work that Howells regarded as among his finest
Education lies at the heart of this maestro's musical mission
The Director of The Tallis Scholars on what makes Pärt's music so special

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